Members of the League of Nations commission, Paris, France, Feb-Apr 1919, photo 1 of 2; note Woodrow Wilson and V. K. Members of the League of Nations commission, Paris, France, Feb-Apr 1919, photo 2 of 2; note Woodrow Wilson and V. K. Adolf Hitler and his entourage visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940Speer, Hitler, and sculptor Arno Breker in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940
Members of the League of Nations commission, Paris, France, Feb-Apr 1919, photo 1 of 2; note Woodrow Wilson and V. K. 'Wellington' KooMembers of the League of Nations commission, Paris, France, Feb-Apr 1919, photo 2 of 2; note Woodrow Wilson and V. K. 'Wellington' KooAdolf Hitler and his entourage visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940Speer, Hitler, and sculptor Arno Breker in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940
German troops marching in Paris, France, circa 1940.French Jews in Drancy Concentration Camp, Paris, France, 1941Entrance of Drancy concentration camp, Aug 1941; note French gendarme on guardGerman officers in occupied Paris, France, date unknown
German troops marching in Paris, France, circa 1940.French Jews in Drancy Concentration Camp, Paris, France, 1941Entrance of Drancy concentration camp, Aug 1941; note French gendarme on guardGerman officers in occupied Paris, France, date unknown
B-24 Liberator of the 705th Bomb Squadron over Orly Airfield, Paris, May 14 1944.M8 Greyhound armored car passing under the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France, Aug 1944Charles de Gaulle, Philippe Leclerc, and others at Montparnasse railway station, Paris, France, 25 Aug 1944Members of the US Army’s 4th Infantry Division sightseeing in Paris, France, Aug 25, 1944
B-24 Liberator of the 705th Bomb Squadron over Orly Airfield, Paris, May 14 1944.M8 Greyhound armored car passing under the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France, Aug 1944Charles de Gaulle, Philippe Leclerc, and others at Montparnasse railway station, Paris, France, 25 Aug 1944Members of the US Army’s 4th Infantry Division sightseeing in Paris, France, Aug 25, 1944
Charles de Gaulle and his entourage at the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944Crowds fill the Place de la Concorde celebrating the liberation of Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944.French 2nd Armored Division troops and vehicles parading through the Arc de Triomphe down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944Troops of US 28th Division parading down the Champs Elysees, Paris, France, 29 Aug 1944, Photo 1 of 2.
Charles de Gaulle and his entourage at the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944Crowds fill the Place de la Concorde celebrating the liberation of Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944.French 2nd Armored Division troops and vehicles parading through the Arc de Triomphe down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France, 26 Aug 1944Troops of US 28th Division parading down the Champs Elysees, Paris, France, 29 Aug 1944, Photo 1 of 2.
US Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division march along the Champs-Élysées, Paris, France with l’Arc de Triomphe in the background, Aug 29 1944. Photo 2 of 2.Drancy Concentration Camp, Paris, France, date unknownUnited States Army personnel on top of l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France watching the celebration in the streets over the war in Europe coming to an end, 8 May 1945.Norman Robertson, Mackenzie King, Brooke Claxton, and Arnold Heeney at the Paris Peace Conference, Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, France, Aug 1946
US Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division march along the Champs-Élysées, Paris, France with l’Arc de Triomphe in the background, Aug 29 1944. Photo 2 of 2.Drancy Concentration Camp, Paris, France, date unknownUnited States Army personnel on top of l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France watching the celebration in the streets over the war in Europe coming to an end, 8 May 1945.Norman Robertson, Mackenzie King, Brooke Claxton, and Arnold Heeney at the Paris Peace Conference, Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, France, Aug 1946


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